Basket Liga Kobiet

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Basket Liga Kobiet
Sport Basketball
Founded 1929
Inaugural season 1929
No. of teams 12
Country Poland Poland
Continent FIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent
Wisła Kraków (25th title)
Most titles Wisła Kraków (25 titles)
TV partner(s) TVP Sport
Level on pyramid 1

Basket Liga Kobiet, BLK (2001–2013 Polska Liga Koszykówki Kobiet, PLKK) is a professional women's club basketball league in Poland. It constitutes the first and highest-tier level of the Polish league pyramid. The winning team of the final round are crowned the Polish Champions of that season.

The BLK, which is played under FIBA rules, currently consists of 12 teams (professional basketball's clubs). A BLK season is split into a league stage and a playoffs stage. At the end of the league stage, the top eight teams qualify for the playoff stage.

Founded in 1929, it has been carried out every year since except for 1935 and World War II. Wisła Kraków is the most successful team in the championship with 25 titles, followed by AZS Warsaw, Lotos Gdynia and ŁKS Łódź with fourteen, eleven and nine respectively. Gdynia holds the longest winning streak with eight titles in a row between 1998 and 2005.[1] As of 2012 the PLKK is one of four leagues granted three spots in the Euroleague along with France's LFB, Russia's Premier League and Spain's LFB.[2]


List of champions[edit]


  • 2006-13 Poland Ford Germaz Ekstraklasa (FGE)
  • 2005-06 Poland Torell Basket Liga (TBL) / Ford Germaz Basket Liga (FGBL)
  • 2004-05 Poland Torell Basket Liga (TBL)
  • 2003-04 Poland Sharp Torell Basket Liga (STBL)


Season 2004/2005 Teams[edit]

The first 9 teams will play in Sharp Torell Basket Liga in the next season:

Last team is dropped from STBL

Winner of the 1st legua is promoted to STBL

Season 2003/2004 league playoffs[edit]

Playoffs for 1st place: Stary Browar AZS Poznań (2nd place) – Lotos VBW Clima Gdynia – (Polish Champion 2004) 1:3

Playoffs for 3rd place: PZU Polfa Pabianice (3rd place) – CCC Aquapark Polkowice (4th place) – 2:1

Season 2003/2004 league table[edit]

Season 2004/2005 league table[edit]

Season 2005/2006 league table[edit]

Season 2006/2007 league table[edit]

Season 2007/2008 league table[edit]

Season 2011/2012 league table[edit]

  1. TS Wisła Can-Pack Kraków
  2. CCC Polkowice
  3. Lotos Gdynia
  4. Energa Toruń
  5. Martizol Lider Pruszków
  6. KK ROW Rybnik
  7. KSSSE AZS PWSZ Gorzów Wielkopolski
  8. ŁKS Siemens AGD Łódź
  9. Artego Bydgoszcz
  10. Widzew Łódź
  11. MKS Tęcza Leszno
  12. Odra Brzeg
  13. MUKS Poznań
  14. INEA AZS Poznań

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